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T1IK DAILY OAIRO i BULLETIN: I TOUR3DAY MORNIKll, JUNE 14, 1898,
Letters of Gratitude"
from those who have been
Restored to Health by
That CONSUMPTION CAN
BE CUBED by their use,
- no one can doubt who
will examine the
Bead the following Letters
and then 00 AND SEE
THE PEOPLE who
From a Soldier of Illinois.
D. J. H. Schkncx:
Dear Sir I herewith lend you an account of
the wonderful cure your medicines effected oa me
ia the year i86,
I served in the army from i8ot to i3'A and from
treat exposure in camp.also from being confined in
Andersonville Pntun for nine months, I returned
to my home very much broken in health. I was
toon attached with a dry, hacking coui;h, which
was continuous night and day. I had night
sweats so severe, that my bed was soaked wits
perspiration every morning. My lungs pained
me very much, and I Inst flesh to fast that no J
weight, when I coram niccd to use your medicines,
au only 78 pounds, whereas, it was 145 pounds
before I was taken sick.
1 was told by my physician that I had Con
sumption, and this was also the opinion of all my
friends. 1 used your medicines steadily for about
four months, and tbey entirely cured me, as I
have had no return of lung trouble since, or in
fact, other illness. 1 believe your medicines saved
Corporal of Company A, 85th Reg'U Infantry,
Dec is, 18S1. Pekin, Tazewell Co.,IU.'
P.S, I could tell you of others who have taken
jrour medicine with great benefit.
.... FtBRfAIIV soth, 132. T
Da. J, H. Schekck,
Dear Sir-la the Spring of 1M0 I contracted
severe cold, which settled oa my lungs. Ten
months afterwards I was completely prostrated.
and confined to bed. I was induced to try your
medicine, and began using it on the 6th of Janu
ary, mil, out witn some misgiving, as I nad Deen
Informed by my physician that there was no hope.
The first bJttle cured me of bleeding at the lungs.
After umng your Pulmonic Syrup, Seaweed
Tonic, and Mandrake Pills about five months, 1
was completely cured, and have enjoyed good
health ever since. After using it one week, there
was a radical change in my condition. In the rin.1
five weeks after 1 got out of bed, I gained sixty
nine pounds. I can refer you to many persons
who are familiar with my case; among others, 1
mention L. K. Shoaf, Anthony Gettlcrand my par.
ents. 1 cheerfully make this statement, that it
nay benefit others who may be afflicted as 1 was.
VVM. LANGEXDORF, '
No.aoSS. High St.
D. J. IL Schknck:
Dear Sir My son has been cured of Consump
tion by the use of your medicines, and I wish to
srive vou an account of his case. His sickness be'
Ban with j heavy cold, which soon brought on a
harsh, dry cough. This kept him awake nights
so much, that he became very weak from loss of
sleep. Then he had night sweats, with great loss
oldest), pain in ma lungs, and ne lrenuentiy raised
blood v matter from them. He was obliged to give
tip all work, and afterwards was confined to his
room ana oea tor a long time, ne was aavisea
to take cod liver oil. and did take several bottles.
but this seemed to take away what little appetite
be had, and make him worse generally.
At last, from reading in the narrs of the many
.urea you had made in serious lung diseases, we
conciuaea to give your meaicines a trial, ne iook
the Pulmonic Syrup, Seaweed Tonic, and Man
drake Pills as you direct, and I believe that it is
out 10 tneiruse mat mv son is now auve ana we
lie is now attending to his business as usual.
Putnam, Coon., April 13th, i38i.
From St, Louis, Mo,
Da. Schinck i
Dear Sir I have used your Pulmonic Syrup
Seaweed Tonic, and Mandrake Pills in my family
for years, and I have always found them good and
reliable medicines. I believe that they will do all
that you claim tor tnera.
W. H. BLAKE, Captain,
Steamer John B. Maude,
Memphis and St. Louis Packet Line,
Sr. Louis, Mo., Ditc. nth, 1877.
Dr. J, H. Schrnck t
Dear Sir In the Fall of 1871 my son was taken
tick, and several of the prominent doctors of this
city pronounced his disease Consumption. By
their advice, I took him South, but the change of
climate did him no good, boon alter tnis, uaot.
Blake, an intimate friend, told me how sood VOUl
medicines were for such diseases, and advised me
to give them a trial. 1 did so, and he soon ocgan
to Bain flcah and atrenirth. nnd finally was entirely
cured. 1 cheerfully recommend your medicinet
to all who are similarly afflicted.
Corner Ninth and Pine Streets.
From E. Dralnerd tt Son, Druggists.
Ravknna, Ohio, Nov, ti, 1881.
Missus. J. H. Schinck A Son,
Gents We have sold your medicines for the
"ast twelve years, and feel confident they will do
all you claim. . . , ,
We have used your Mandrake Pills ourselves,
and know of several remarkable eurea made by
your Pulmon io Syrup and Seaweed Tonic .
We cheerfully recommend them as being reliable
Bcdeinea. E. P, BRAINERD A SON.
Saoikaw, Mich., Nov. ty, 1881,
Dr Schbmck 1
. IW Mr-Last Winter mt wife rV
MI i .
with Cnmumpticm. She had had physicians at
tending her for tome time, hut tliry could not help
her. She found no reliel it all until the began
vting your Pulmonic Syrup, Seaweed Tonic, nnd
Mandrake Pi lit. Under t lie Influence of theie
medicinet ahe regained her uiual liealth, and
! to-day without a trace of the disease. Your
were the only thing tluu cured her,
JOSBPll L. LANGEVIN,
With Nathan's Clothing House.
Ravenna, Ohio, Nov, 11, sS3i,
Mssaks. J, II. Schemck II Son,
Gents-Your medicines are having a large tale
In this town, and are giving good satisfaction. ,.
Mr. A. B. Griffin, of this place, has been cured
of a serious Lung Trouble by your Pulmonic
I have heard of a number of others who have
been greatly benefited by your medicines.
I have sold them for a number 01 years, and do
not hesitate to reevntnend them as being first
From Akron, Ohio, Consumption Cored.
Akron, Ohio, I
Dr. J. H. Schrnck: Feb. 17th, iSSi.
Dear Sir Having been asked by many in regard
to your medicines, and the benefit I had received
from them, I have concluded to give you an ac
count of my case. In the Winter of 1873 1 was pro
nounced an incurable Consumptive; by every phy
sician in this place, as well as several in Cleveland.
1 had all the symptoms-cough, night sweats, great
ilebillty and loss of flesh. I was reduced in weight
.'rom one hundred and fifty pounds to eighty
pounds. 1 had given up all hope of recovery,
when 1 was told bv Mr. lames Scanlan that he had
used your medicines with good effect, and he ad
vised me to give them a trial, although 1 do not think
he believed thev would cure me. for I was so sick
at this time that no one thought that I would ever
get well. I thought, however, that they might give I two scolding bis Bister. " oU little cow
me temporary relief, and with this object 1 com- I -j
menced to use your Pulmonic Syrup. I had not ta- I ard, ' he haul, "hy don t you Slip IhBirie,
ken it two days before I felt great relief, especially
in the severity 01 my couch. 1 men tooa tne man.
heen in irood health ever since. I do not know
that I can sav more than this, unless it be that 1 be
lieve your medicines to be good, and that they will
do au you say tncy win ao.
Yours Very Truly,
J. A. RElLLf
From Ilcnry Morgan, Esq., of Spring
Dr. I. H. Schrnck i
Dear Sir In the Winwr of 86, having been In
delicate health from weakness of the lungs for
over two years, I took a heavy cold, which settled
on mv lunss and completely prostrated me. 1 had
a very bad cough, which kept me awaae nignts
and ra ked me so that I gradually wasted away
until I did not weigh more than two-thirds my
u.ual we.iht. I was at that time living at Chico-
rwe, Mass., and 1 consulted the best physicians in
-.I-,-- k.. thu nnlv vave me temoorarv re-
i.-r 1, uri 1 hi- fin.nion of all that 1 was fast go-
ng into Consumption, anl I was advised by my
friends to consult a prominent doctor of Boston.
I did so. but His remedies am not ocnciu uit njr,
although 1 took them lor a long time. I was
very much discouraged, and thought there was no
bope lor my recovery.
Xiv,,,, ihiium 1 hannened to read vour adver.
tiseroent, and among those who testified to the
, . . 1. r;t,mA 1mm vnnr Menicinen. I
noticed the name of the Rev. Henry Morgan, of I
Heinir Dcrsonally acquainted with him,
a itniAien ro reiat on. 1 conciuucu ,u um
!e,e?areTn,reVmy1eer.S U wa.
all true, advising me to at least give your I
K.J!.: . . ..-,! A ha klisVti4 tnsV TJVOUlfl I
Medicines a trial, and he believed they vould
cure me if 1 was not too lar gone.
1 91 nnr. Ivpan umir Oie Mandrake rills, bea-
m:eeA Tonic an d Pulmonic Svrur. as directed by
you on the printed wrappers, and I soon saw a
marked imorovement in all my symptoms my
cough began to get better, my appetite improved,
the soreness left my lungs, and I could see that t
mu irraduallv getting stronger everyday. 1 con
tinued with the Medicines faithfully until I was
entirely well, and although my business is one that
is considered injurious to the lungs, (brass hn'
lher I have eulu,d Kuod hc.llli incc.
I thoroughly believe in the curative properties
of your remedies, not only from my own experi
ence with them, but from the cures I have heard
of their performing among my acquaintances,
soma of whom were very much worse than I was.
You are at liberty to refer to me. and I will
rWrfullv answer fetters from those who are
No. aooCarew St.. Springfield, Mas
' From a rromlnent UriiKRist of Katou
I Itaplds, Mich.
P. J. II. SCHENCK.
Dea Sir : I have used your Pulmonic Syrup k
my family for the last fifteen years, and consider
it the best remedy for lung diseases in the market.
I have sold your remedies for the last ten years
at my drug store, in this place, and have never
had a single complaint Oiat they did not do all you
claim fur them. I cheerfully recommend them as
nrst-ciaid remedies in every respect.
35 Main St., Eaton Rapids, Mich.
uccemocr 9m, imo.
From Cyrus Laverty, Esq., of Charlotte,
Chronic Bronchitis Cured.
Dr. J. H. Schrnck.
Drar Sir : Nine years ago I was suffering wid
a severe bronchial affection, which reduced mn
very much in flesh. 1 had a severe cough, witl;
hoarseness, and sometimes an entire loss 01 voice.
ror several months 1 was compelled to give up
my work, and I was sick for over two years. Af
this time I was trying many remedies that wer
recommended to mc by my friends, but without
any benefit. At last, Mr. J. S. Vpton, of the firm
of Upton & Hrown, Machinists, of Battle Creek,
Mich., advised me to try your medicines, at the
same time teieng me that unaa cured mm 01 a se
rious affection of the lungs, after spending hund
reds 01 dollars with physicians witnout Deneot,
I took his advice and bought some of your medi.
01 tins place.
The first bottle gave me great relief, and after us
ing several Dotues, was entirely cured, ray cure,
turn of the disease. I candidly believe that your
remedies are tne nest trtat can oe use a in inroai
and lunir troubles, not onlv from mv own exoe
rience, but from many others that I know who
have used it with great benefit.
Charlotte, Mich., Dec 8th, 18S0.
do not produce sickness at the stomach,
nausea, or griping.
They act directly on the Liver, the or.
gan which, when in a healthy condition,
purifies the blood for the whole body.
In CONSTIPATION they cleanso
the stomach and bowels with-
out disposing them to tub
drake this ana seaweea ipme.ana m two weeas . . chance to stea 'cm, and inafll 1 declined to insert your advertisement ol
my appetite came back, and 1 began to gam strength. uu u" ,. iiMl,ra I..'.. v,,Br l.rnai. 1 , s , . . r.
I took your medicines for about three months. I mye it to VOU when V0U gO tloUlU without V"'' ,Ult 1 rS 1"ht, tar' '"'r"U;"! I 11111
was too sick to do any kind of work for two years. . thought they might ni t lit) proniotivo of the
Your medicines made a perfect cure, and I have nou '." c., ,.i'T.,,.1,.r.,,,n i.ni ilil il.u r,,l
They aic the only pei fkt preparation
of MANDRALE, that preat Bubstltute
for M rcury. Their in ivt their equal
In the wliolfi r inife of Catliurtii. Medi-
(iiich kuowii toman.
iTlioy are hoIJ by PrOtftfiHts: livery
Dr. Sclienck's Fook on CiiiiHtiiintioi.,
Mver Coilllilaillt and DyHliHiKU irt MM. I
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DB. J. H. SCIIKFCK & fUS.
The Daily Bulletin.
The Flower Craze.
I CoNCHJDKU KltOM KOUHTII l'AOB.
. . .... .. 1 1 .. 1
-ins tin King uwy cntereu ucr ynru ..u
the same old lmsine. 1 hey were ootn
utter sti augers to her even by n .iie, yet
0110 lutuftrked, "Th mean, old thing ouudit
to (iv(j m somu Uowers, Ixchuso mc
List week two little children who live
ii' Hry a mile Irom mo were. maKiD' des
perate tfl'irts to ktrip my rosebushes from
the outside of the fence. I knew they had
no flowers at home nnd stinted outside to
give tliem a few when I heard the older of
n one '11 see you. That's twice to-day
As a last resort people go of nightB into
t'i'J homes of others and steal their finei-t
plants, and either sell them, or plant them
in their own gardens. 83 our experience
is, that the cultivation of flowers here, is a
t'iar.klet-8 and risky business. I would ad
vise those who exhibit such a craze for
them, to raise some of their own. They
ne:fVt fear but the be?girs will be after
hem nil in L'ood timr. Tint us fast as a
little bud shows its hot i above the ground
th-re'll be something, or somebody, ready
for it. When these new florists begin, their
work th'y must not hp'i to give little bou
q'leis to ineir own incurs, to tne sien,
the pixror old who have no chance of rais-
iug them, but they must niaKe themm lves
blis-foliy hippy in cutting them all tor
thankless sirmirers who will make a
'spread" o!T "f their lalnr. After a le'.v
yy;uS f this fun, they will begin to feel
like they huve Borne little claim to the re-
suit of their o.vn w.,k and may fioaHy re
, ainst this prfSvnt style of craze.
A uurains Bnamu.
Down at Guunison last week a largs
and secret ball was riven in a hall, one
end of which had been partitioned off
for filecDinsr rooms. A vouns man who
6lept in one of these rooms, and who felt
rrieved because he had not been invit
ed, and had in roll around and suffer
while the riwl throng tripped the light
bombastic toe, nt last discovered a knot
hole n the partition through which lie
could watch the giddy muitiiuue.
While neopino; through the knot-hole,
he discovered that one of the dancers,
who had an nperturo in the heel of hid
shoe and another in his sock to corres
pond, was standing by the wall with the
ventilated foot near the knot-hole. It
was but the work of a moment to hold a
caudle asrainst this exposed heel until
the thick epidermis hl been heated red
hot. 1 hen there wiu a wan mai rem
the battlements above and drowned the
blasts of the music. There was a wild
scared cry of 'dire,'1 a frightened throng
running hither and thither, nnd then,
where mirth and music and rum had
gladdened the eye and reddened the
cheek a moment ago, all wits still save
tun low convulsive titter of a scantily
clad man. as he lay' on the floor of his
donjon tower and 'dug his nails in the
A smith by the nnine of John Minchcr,
Msshc'l his big toe with a pincher,
The ache ho endured,
Si. Jacobs Oil cured,
He says that for painB 'tis a clincher.
W. F :.ahim.n. r'ver trtilor n! i heHi lxktiN
ind stenmhost na-isentrer at:t nt. Orders for nli
Uinrie of rten'oli'iat jou punting solicited. ODlco
:it Bo .vet's Eurupesii Hotel. o. T2 Ohio levee.
The (i us Fowler trum Pu lucah will re
port here at 3 p. m. connecting with I. (!,
K. II. and leave on her return trip at 4:30
The City of B iton K 'U.'e from New Or
leans is due up to-day lor St. Louis.
The Arkansas City from St. Louis passed
down for Vicksburg last night.
The river marked by the gauae at this
port lust evening 35 feet 0 inches nnd
The Golden llulo from New Orleans
passed up for Cincinnati last aight. She
had a fair freight trip and a large number
of pnsseugers hem the south, seeking sum
Tho Chas. Morgan from New Orleans is
due to-night for Cincinnati. The Morgan
is one of the fiuest and most popular boit
that floats. Capt. Harry Btein master.
The Gus Fowler came down yesterday on
good time. She was hardly recognizable as
she has received a thorough overhauling
whilst lying up at Paducah for the last
three weeks and owing to tho substantial
and highly ai fistic manner of work. Bus
is now as good as the tirst day she ever
turned a wheol, and far more tasty. She
cm accommodate 00 cabin passengers with
comfort, lier Texas lias boon Icngtlicovd for
tiiu Hccommoiliition of her ofllr.crs, which
mftkrs morc r""m ,ho C il',l- J
rwl"r in command owin to tl.u
& 7" ,,f """7 T"r-
st himii) wiili In liriMher who witn n ported
iyi"K V nteriuy,
Tim Will. 8. Ihy from New (Muhim is
due Punclny for Cinninnni.
Tli" City ( f 8t. Inim h dim to-niuht for
The Iluilmm jH iIik; to-niilit from ft.
Louin. Bliu giN g tu Him win etiiwn
Tlie popular Conn. Millar from Memphis
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LainMiri, I'usberifjer Ani-nr, nnl oet your
'Will. S. IlitH (.out in t lot of Imndtionie
colored litorrnplis rcprescnt'infr tin: new
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Ky., whirli are very extensive nnd f,'rnd.
T)( (.Xp:ition w5n ,,, f(ir nnc hnn,nA
. j wi .. f . .. ,
Lvtr witnessed in Atmricn. The Ohio river
line of boats gives i xrursion rates for the
round trip and W. F. Lnmbdin, Pussi nger
Agent, will furnish tickets.
The Willi. Kyle from Ciueinuati is due
this mortiing. Flm will lemain here si vend
hours receiving freight nnd d'pnrt for New
Orleans to night.
Hie Vint Shinkle paused down for Mem
phis nt 2 b. m., yei-ti rdny. She had a good
Change of II nd.
ft Vfcty vhIuhIjIu medicine, mvself nnd wife
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known. kev. John Skantan,
Editor ll'ime Sentinel, Afion, N. Y.
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I'reimredODlvbv JACOB 8. MXRRELL. I II i
8T. LOUIS, MO
Alter a Rainy Ride a Country PhjI
oinii Tells VV hat lie Thinks of
"I 'vii-u to jrnclous sumo t)uullo would h-urn
when they need a doctor and when they don't,"
exc aimed DocUirK , as ho entered his honse
In a ensey llttlo village iu tho interior of the Mulo
ot New York, after a tedious lejjht rldu for mai.y
miles. I have becu down amouK the iniiuutnlus to
lee a iiiiin, wuo the nii'Muur m i, was vuryeick,
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ra her ctnrp ntlack of co ic, which his fmnlly
mlcht have relieved Id ten minutes; If they had a
Kraln ofrenau and two or thru dimple remedies In
the limine. But no; tli y must rem ud Ignorant as
pi!, an i wh n the least actio or alu lakes thorn,
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suii'b I'luslur promotes both. It Incites the torp d
or&nsto Bct,und sends re lieatlug, soothing lu
lliieiire tliroiiKh lh mrlad pores of thusklu All
otner p'aters obilgo the patient to wait. They
C'V'hlui hope lor to-inorrow. Ilennou's pluslur
Kivu hi rn help to day. Which is belter, do you
think? liny tho CAl'L'lNG and keep it lu the
house. I'rico conti.
st s'ury k J haeon, (,'heinists, New Yoik.
$10 A MoNTU and HOAUD lor threu live
Yoiiuir n en or Isdioa In each couo y. M
diem I'. W. ', eKler & Co.. Chicago, III.
A l(E You GOlMi TO HI ILD? Cooperallvo
' Plans of Ilonsea, larjru aud annul. Most modern
desieiiB, by "killed, experienced uri bliecla, wllh
specillcsttoiiB riimplete, from ft lltiivsrds. Mind II)
teuis for explanatums. illustrated I'amph'ct.
ri.i ii to., ( n arren ri, ew nra .
jNAVAIj liATTLEs XAIV
r.KDWsKDcSIl f'l'R N, Medical Dlrertur 1'. H.
N A 'lutilliei! I'ietcir ul lliaioo of the W'.irlil'l
Ki est Sen Fluhti, with a; eoliueiis or Naval Aict.t
te tureof a.l m;ra. A ror.ord el Wonderful lit
plnltH more li.terea ling Ibsn fl' tlon. I'rlro only
1 Itsolis everywhere. AUEM'b make tltsi. 0
per HioLth. Adrtren
J. C. MoCUhDY&Cii., Chicago, 111.
U18 LIFE and CHAKACTBK. By C. Edward Lert
er, author of "The Glory and Shame of Enn and;"
Mho Nnpoluou Dynasty." etc Illustrated, l'a-
fer. 10 cenle ; cloth, ' cent ; Ua f htiaaltt, cetita
iiki ntro ma nips taken. Not sold by duelers;
price too low. Ali-o the followliis, larg type,
Life of Alex. 11 Stephen. - . 10c , ii'ic and 35c.
LHeofWaaliliiKio i Irttng, by Stoddard, do.
Life of blr Isaac. Newton, by ia. i'nrtou. 'ic.
hip Van Winkle, by Warlilnirtoa living, Jr..
Hiiriilnxcif Ituii.e, by Canon Farrar, - . 'c
American Humo' iatf Artcmus W 'd, 'J''..
Kiiuch Aiden, by Allred Temiyion, - . sc.
IK-aerteil VlUauu,' he Traveler, (to). letnitb, i'.
Cotter's Saturday Nit'ht, etc., Kohert Burns, Sc.
rchi ar's Siintfofthe Mel", .ud oilier Poems, tic.
The Sea Serpents of Hclene, Amlriiw WIIhuii, sic.
World--tnaaliliig. by W. Mstlieu Williams, - Sc.
JOHN B. ALDuN, I'ubllfher, IS VoaeyMt. N. Y.
The Wonderful Efficacy of
Has been ao fmnituiiujr and astiHfactorlly proven
that it acorns altuoat superfluous to uy anything
more in their favor. The Immense and constantly
lnoreaalnir demand for them, both in tlua and foreign
countrioa, is tne boat ovldeiioe of their value. Their
aalo to-day in the United Htntes ia far greater than
any other cathartic tnrdlclno. This demand 1
not spamnodli'. It is roulur and stady. It k not
of to-day or yutturday, it Is an lncnwiwUiut haalmoii
are the rua us for this proat aud growing demand f
Dr. HehenrU'a.lfar.ilrnUel'lllHeniitaiuno mer
cury, and yet they act wliU wonderful e It eel upon
tlio liver. Tbey cleauae tho etoinach ami bowel of
all lrrtUtin lusttor, which, if aUowod to Mmaln,
polnouHtlio blo.i t, and briium on Miliaria, Chllla ami
lover, and many other illeeuaos. 'ihey irive boaltli
and HtruiiTth t ) the dlrwllvu onrnrw. Thity enwte
appotltoiittd iriiayttrorti tho hol aynteiu. Thoy
am In fact tlio lue llilim of all othein wlileh ahould
betaken ei linen likel'n pri'iit,wlieii nmli.rialand
other utud titi xamivinir, aa they prepurothu ays.
turn t.i rexi.-it atiib'kri of UlHeanu of every chanu:htr.
Dr. Neheneh'n Miinitrnkfl IMIls am rnld by all
dnip-irieta at a.'io.jier ba, ornent by mail, ivataiil,
on rvoclet of price.
Dr. Nehenrh'a H,nlt n ('onpniiiptloni 1.1 v.
rr ('oinplnlnt ami itaiepln, In Kngllah or
Uennsn, la eel it free to all. Ail'lrem Dr. J. II.
H( lll:N( K Ai HON, llilld-l.m, I'n.
A New and Unmpteie Hotel, front Inn on Levu."
Second and Kntlroad Streets,
Tho l"Ra,)iii;er Depot ol Ike Chltaiio, Nt. Louis
aril .inw Orirsnai Illinois ( eiifrsli Wabash, Kt.
Lotus and Pacific; lion Mountain and HouLhurn,
Mobile and Ohio; l ain aim HI. Lonia Itanwava
are nil Jnxt anrnasthe street ; while the Hteemhuet
LkIioihii ia inn one s iuar-i aiaiant,
This Hotel I heated hy iteam, has stnsm
Laundry, Ilydraiillc Klmalur, Hlectrlc tali Hells,
Automatic Klre-Alarms. bath, ahsoltitely t'lirs air,
purlnrt aeweraKe and UMaplete appolntnittDts.
Hnperh ftiruishlugs; petfecl survlcu: and an un
teulled table. .. f-" . . i. . .
A IHiwerful ureuiu-aUiiu coin-";
pcmcil mostly ol Kssfltitlul Oils
I'll most penetrating Unlment
known. Ho .nnrintra.t.1 that
Panatrnta to tha ..r Slnn.
iii tne Dtoroacn and Bowela
THE SUN 55
Decnleil oplnloiia enprui-aeil In Imiunaxethst can
be iimlereioiiil; the (iroinptcst, fullest and moat ac
curst tiitrllii't'nce of -haltver lu the wide world la
worth utttiMilon That ia what everybody la sure
to l!ii! in uny edit o of TU K HUH. hnbscrlptlon:
i' au r 1 1 pauii), by mall, Mr.: a monlh, er tfl 90
a year; Suniiay (S pages), f l.JOpor year; WliatT
(S imi;i!i, $l,i(i per year.
I. W. K (iI,ASl. I'nhllaher, Now Y rkCtty.
I klVoltcEs. No puiilicity; reslrtenU of aay
Hutu. DesMirtloii, Non Hiitiport. Advice ana
ai'plUtttloiis fur stamp. W. II. I.KK, Att'y, W8
Itroadway, A . Y.
WR will mv IK. at-, r.ward for any rata of Llv.r rAmplalal
rv...ta, hi, k MraiUujh., Iii.lin.ul , C.ipilt una nr roill..n
..t.Nuulnir. wllii W.tt'i N.ailaM. I.W.r 1 ,11a. b.a lb. dlrM
lurtii.t. tlrlclly cn.alud "lib. Th-y era pnrly vrf.l.l.l., and
n.vnr I.mI lu .... aiutaciinn. Pugar t'mtol. I.nrua b.,.i, i-oa
uimnii M pjH to nan. Kar ,al. I.y all dr iln.. H-.r of
tnnninf.lit .ml Imtutl.Jii.. Tlia gran n D..M.(cMrl only by
J'UIN e. vl t I 4 Co., 11 4 lal.W. Madixa St., Ckfcaga.
tm lrl e.l.4u wulbv iimiI 'r...tci4rritVKr as vaiilktacbB.
Kealih is Wealth !
Dn H. '. Wkht'h Nkuvh and Khun Tnr.AT.
siknt, h KiutmnlKxil eiwitin fur HyHtoriii, Dizzi.
riosa, CuiivtilMiuiiri, VitH. Nurvous NenrulKia,
llewliicliK, Nervuna Trout ration nitiscd liy the nae
of nloolil or tolmcco, Wakefulnen, Mental IM.
lrSHnti, HiiftctiitiK of tlio Uriiin nwuiting in in
rumity nnd I.wIiuk to roiHory, diiny anil death,
rrunmte.ro Old Ao, HurrcniiKuM, Lop of power
in oillnr sox, Involuntary IjDsko bih! Hperrnat
urrlirra emtM'd byovir-xurtiiii of the bruin, swtlf
Bbilrtd or (ivor-inclnlttotiert. Kneh box Contains
one month') tn'iitment. tLOlu Inn.oreix boxes
fort'i.(l, sent by mail prepaid on receipt of price.
Wii l.l AKAXTIli: HiX HOXI.H
To euro any caso. With ench order rocoived byui
for sir tMixea. neromimniod with ViXK we will
end ihepureliHirerour wriltim uaruuU to re
fund the money if the trentmmit does notouoot
a cure. (inaruuUioa iaouedouly by
IIAItJtV V. SOIIUII,
Druggist, Cur, Commercial sve. A IHtU St., Cairo.
017 St Charles S trout, ST. LOUIS, MO.
jV raular Orniliinta of two medical
eolleue-i. Ims been binKcr eiinnireil In thu treat
ment of 'lironlc, Nervoim, Miin aiut
ltloo.1 ViliK-.iM'S than any other phvstelan in
HI. l.oula. ni eltv paH'rs liaw and all old real,
iii ri tu know, Coiiinltiitlon 1 oDIeeor ary mall,
free mid Invlti-d. A frleiiilly talk or Ills opinion
rusts until tn i. W hen it iafni'oiiveiileiittovtalt
tho city .or treatment, ineiljeliica can be sent
liy mall or i xiri" s everr here. Curable c.ie
(.'ui.ranK.il ; where doubt exlHts it la frankly
staleil. Cal nr Write,
,Hrvou Prostration, Debility, Mental and
Physical Weakness, Mercurial and other
affections ofThroat, Skin and Cones, Blood
Impurities and Blood Poisoning, Skin Affec
tions, Old S ores and Ulcers, Impediments to
Marringe. Rheumatism, Piles. Special
attention to cues from over-worked brain.
SURGICAL CASES receive special attention.
Diseases arising from Imprudences, Excesses,
Indulgence or Exposures.
It la M'lr-evbt.-nt that a physician paylna:
particular attention to achiM oteax e attains
treat skill, au. I phvuielaiis in rcKUlar praetlee
all over the ruiintry kunwliiK tliU, treoiii-o tly
recommend eases lo the oblesl i.dlee iii Anieriea.
where every known appliance Is resorted to,
ami the pi-ovi-il uooil f'inniliat or all
sites and eountrles are um il. A whole houaa is
used for nlllcf pin t.iie. ami all tire trenteil with
kill III a re,peeitul umnner; anil. kunwliiK
whnt lo tin. tin expel I uienta .ire mnili'. Oiiae.
ennn; ol Hie ni'eiit iiuuilier applying, the
eliuiKi'S lire lept low. often lower than Is
ilcltuillileil by ollier Il Mill see life the akl'l
ami iret a iH .'.y and pel feel liin cure, that la
the 1 in ).. r i it i I in itl. r. J'amphlil, K! pages,
Stilt to tiny 'I'l'lreis lien.
puus. i MARRIAGE GUIDE. I pages.
Klimnt rlnth iiii.l mil liltnllnir. Sealed lor SO
cents lu po-bu'e or rtirreui y. Over lllly won
'.erfiil pen pli lures, true to life srllcleaoii the
iillnttinv sul.Jeei i. W ho limy tunn y, who not;
ht l'r"l ernue toin.irrv. Who marry Drat.
inlinml. oliianh I. I livsieal decay. no
iIidiiI.I miir. v
ll'iu hie innl liu.pltiess may be
me. or cnntellipllltluil
lnuir liiLf sbnlil.l relt.l It.
it onvllt lo be rem!
uy ail n.lult er.ini, lin n kepi under lock nnd
key. 1'iipubir i .iii um. -nine us nnnve, i.ui sim r
mver Mini kuupitr'e" 1J ceiiu by mull, iu mono
jS--Ii:X'Ili: U1 IT. 33 23
Neiiroaono, 'new .Verve-Life, Strenu'th and
tv.ori Is i msiiive resl.irnllve for lite Loia of
Mm ly VIkoi'Iii Young, Middle-Agod and
Old Men, no mutter (rom vv li.it eaitse. In Ner
vous! Debility, Exhaustion, Impotency,
Seminal Wenkn. ax, mill kitulreil ulliiients,
this btindiird Remedy Is n certain cure.nnd
In nil sin-li snlli'ii-rs, who semi a stnteiiient of
then- Irniibles, it iiiuntfty aiilllelent to prov) lie
virtue will be sent Frne of Cost. Arldre",
- - NEUROZONE MEDICAL C6.,
P. Oi Bos 2494. St. Louis, MO.
hl'MMKH LAW LEi.Tl'iiKS (n lie weekly), bo
Kin IJih .tnlv. Immi. aud end liith replomeer. Have
proved i. I hIimiiiI use. at, tu stud nta who design
to pin ami th. Ir cuiillim at this or o' her Law r-chool ;
Vil.lo Iho.u who luopose to read privately; aud lid.
to priiclltioiivra who have not hail the sdvaiitairu of
systematic Instruction. For clrculiir applytP.O.
I'mveralty of Va JtoJohu U. Minor, 1'ruf. Com.
and. Slat Law.
lire it tweepina by, (to
date hulore yvudlu, soma-
K nilKtity ana sunnuiu
lie bind tocouuuor lime.
week in your own town.
Five Dollar otutlt tree. No
risk. Kv. rvlhliui new. Capital not required. We
will furnish you everything Many are making
lortiinea. Ladles make aa much aa turn, and boye
and glde m ike vreal pay Header. If you want
business at which you can maks great pay all tha
time, write for particulars to II llALLETr CO.
JOHNSON'S ANOOVNI LINIMINT wiU
prsMMTPly preTsnllhlsteiTlMaduaaaa, and will puaV
nmlyeurenlr- ra m nnS of tan. Info MM i Ska
will aa many live, a it fraa bv maJL bon't delay a
ajiomnta, prrnl"n la MwrtMaaatra. tljoll
ft. a rV, IIOKTtiN, HASH., f ,ly H.ssM.a.ala.
UT raafiwaV I'vuaaaxivm tu u a-Se s aaia Maaat
I PI r. a"
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